actually what pat said makes sensecliffyk wrote:I think you meant values less than 1. I understand how it works; it's a multiplier, and fractional multipliers reduce the value of the product re: the multiplicand.sniperpat469 wrote:any value less than 0 will be a - negative value .01,.1 ect.
any value before the decimal point 1.0 , 1.1 ect. is positive.
changing the slope dose affect the transfer function put the changes are not fine enough to use instead of changing the transfer function in most cases.
The legend should be changed to perhaps "<1.0 to lean" and ">1.0 to richen", having the negative and positive labels, and then having no negative or positive values is confusing...
you have lets say 15:1afr comanded you multiply this with .9 you are now 10% ritcher as your desired afr is now 13.5:1
hope i did not add to the confusion